The concert began with performances by Alaska’s own Indefinite Etiquette, Arctic Flow, and AK Thunder Funk all whom manage to entertain a very eager and ambitious crowd. As the audience grew thicker with fans the tone became just right for a stray jacket wearing face painted entrance by Tech N9ne. Crowd members chanted his name in worship of a rapper known to deliver high powered, mind blowing performances. The artist unleashed himself from his restraints revealing his all white medical scrubs costume and completed a few solo songs as the show climaxed to an even greater level of entertaining awkwardness. Strange Music artists Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun sprinted onto the stage dressed in identical white medical attire.
The three executed routines and collaboration tracks leaving the audience asking themselves, “What could possibly occur next?”
Kutt Calhoun then dashed off stage headed straight for the gate that held back devoted listeners. He propped himself up one hand holding the gate and the other cuffing his mic as he stood chest to chest with fans. Audience members embraced him as he spit lyric for lyric and rhyme for rhyme. Still yet there was more in store. Tech N9ne shortly after escorted a fan to the stage directing her to sit in a chair that sat center spot light. Krizz Kaliko then serenaded her as Tech N9ne seduced her to a track entitled “The Sexorist,” a single off disc two of Tech N9ne’s 2008 release Killer.
As the saying goes…”All good things come to end.” Though the Strictly Strange Tour in Anchorage, Alaska was nearing its finale the audience was satisfied with its near two hour show a courtesy that has been neglected by many entertainers visiting the 907. Supporters attended in numbers despite the groups second show within a year. Indeed the Strange Music artists performed an unbelievable show but above all it’s the rappers’ devotion to their fan base that keeps Alaskan fans coming back for more.
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